Address Forms and Dimension of Social Relation in Sasak Community: A Sociolinguistic Study of Wanasaba Community of Practice

Hudiani Fajri, Kamaludin Yusra, Lalu Muhaimi


Address form are the words speakers use to designate the person they are talking to while they are talking to them. Address form is used in daily activity to indicate someone’s relation to others. Wanasaba language belongs to the ngto ngte dialect speaker. Among speakers of the ngto ngte dialect, Wanasaba is not much different to other regions. But Wanasaba language  have some address form that we can not find in another language.


Address Form; Social Relation; Sasak Community

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